Resources abound in Career Services, providing students and alumni with job and internship postings, tools for career exploration and information about graduate study.
See samples below and contact Career Services with specific questions at email@example.com.
GoHire: Helping students reach their higher calling
Gordon's new career resource connects students and recent graduates with off-campus internships, employment opportunities and resources that meet a variety of career needs across all disciplines locally, nationally and world-wide.
Internships-USA is the largest internship site on the web with more than 3,000 organizations offering internships for college and law students.
Here you can learn about the internships listed in their 14 publications and link directly to many employer sites.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the user name and password.
MonsterCollege® is a resource for recent graduates and college students to find their first career. Whether graduates pursue careers in government, non-profits, service vocations, start-ups, or the corporate arena—Monster College® will help you navigate the job-hunting process. Services include interview tips and tricks, resume templates and skill-building quizzes.
Graduate fellowships for students and alumni that support graduate study, research, first year professional work and career development can be found here.
Career Services is happy to guide you in the application process.
Plan ahead for early fall deadlines!
The Gordon College Career Services Office is committed to providing a wide array of services and information that may assist students or alumni in making career, employment and work-learning connections. However, regarding information about these and other career web sites, job and internship postings, print and other career resources, the Career Services Office cannot verify the accuracy of information provided, or be responsible for the compensation, work environment (including safety) and/or other factors of off-campus employment. All students and alumni are urged to use care and discretion in exploring and accepting offers for employment, volunteer or work-learning opportunities.